Here you have the new dialogue you have to act out next lesson in Level 5. Who wants to be the first volunteer? Do you dare?
On 25th December English people eat a big lunch or dinner.They eat turkey with gravy, roast potaoes, sprouts and other vegetable. For dessert, they have hot Christmas pudding.
They pull Christmas crackers at the table. There are paper hats and presents in the crackers.
Here you have my students’ Christmas dinner. Delicious!
Are you hungry? What do you like eating? Listen to this song and you’ll learn how to talk about your likes and dislikes.
Tes fame? Que che gusta comer? Escoita esta canción e aprenderás a falar dos teus gustos.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a children’s picture book designed, illustrated and written by Eric Carle. It is a suitable book to teach numbers, days of the week, foods and the cycle life of a butterfly.
First of all, here you have a fantastic version of this tale. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do
After watching the video, we read the story and my students drew what they liked best about the tale.Do you want to take a look at their illustrations?
In the last unit, my students in level 4 knew and worked with some famous still life paintings such as The Table by Joan Miró or The Coffe Pot by the American artist Roy Litchtenstein. They were so interested in this painting style that they decided to paint their onw still life paintings. Here you have the result.
Na unidade pasada, os rapaces de 4º traballaron con algús bodegóns famosos como “A Mesa” de Joan Miró ou “A Cafetera” do artista americano Roy Litchtenstein. Interesáronse tanto que decidiron pintar os súas propias naturezas mortas. Aquí tendes o resultado.
Here you have a new episode of Real English. In this episode, students in level 4 are very hungry and they decide to go to a good restaurant. Enjoy it!!!!!